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It can seem strange when things you fluctuate so much in price, but it's just one of those things and ultimately I totally support buying Australian (preferably South Australian) above foreign imports.
I remember when the cost of bananas reached prices beyond what we could afford, but we had guests over from the Uk, so I 'treated' us to a couple of bananas for the fruit salad...only to find that none of them actually liked bananas anyway!
Easy,when the price goes up,just don't buy them!I recall years ago the prices of spuds went through the roof,alot of people,including myself,just refused to buy them and substituted spuds with rice,pasta,cous cous ect!
I went to Gepps Cross market this morning, bananas $3 kilo, apples and pears between $1and $1.5 kilo, large cabbage $1.80, carrots 90c kilo, cucumbers $1 kilo, tomatos $1.5 kilo, 10kg oranges $5, go late morning and you can get things even cheaper, or if like me you buy large quantities, for example a 10 kilo box of tomatos for $8, I don't buy much from supermarkets.:)
nearly forgot cherries $5 kilo:):):)
Last edited by soggy; 08-11-2009 at 07:18 AM.
passionate pom,attitude!!!attitude!!!! well anyone whos a red neck would av one?
pm me an ill let u know.....
dont matter what prices are if you want em you,ll buy em if you cant afford them DONT...
easy peasy.well sueoc i think you,ve ruffled a few feathers. hee hee
Anyway...back to these bananas...I wonder how much they are in Tesco's?